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COOL CARE’S PRO STAINLESS STEEL MIXING BOWLS SET IS …

Mar 29, 2018 – R C Products Inc. is proud to launch their advanced kitchen accessories under their brand name Cool Care. Their Stainless Steel Mixing food-grade Bowl Set is fully optimized for all the premium quality specs.

The unique thickness of these bowls challenges all the current bowl manufacturers on the market. Its 0.7mm thickness gives them a separate identity and uniqueness among all the bowls of 2018.  These are Unbreakable, Dishwasher Safe and Adjustable in the concise kitchen cabinets. Kids will enjoy cooking with these bowls as they are safe to handle for minors. No messy kitchen as Cool Care has worked diligently while giving a specific shape to the bowls. It will save the users from slips, spills, and slides and it has been designed to meet all the hygienic needs of the food it contains. Its No-Lip structure keeps all the bacteria away and gives a safe and clean finish to the edibles.

Its accurate measuring scales enables all the users to take the optimal amount of all the ingredients of the recipe so that the foodies can end up with the ultimate taste and pleasure. These bowls are perfect for the preparation of soups, beating eggs, stirring sauces, marinating meat, whipping cream, whisking pancake batter, baking a cake, tossing salad and can meet all the baking and cooking needs. Forget dimpling, bending, rust, and scratches on the old fashioned mixing bowls. Cool Care gives 100% money back guarantee for the use of 2 months to ensure a 100% satisfaction of their clients. Stocks of these unique bowls are so limited so everyone should click to buy it in the first instance.

About Cool Care

Cool care is committed to delivering the long-lasting and durable products with the ultimate customer satisfaction framework. They know that what is the actual value of the money of their customers and deliver risk-free and the most reliable product line. Cool Care is not just the name of a brand which sells products; it is an innovative platform which always looks for something unique and innovative.

For more details, visit their Amazon page https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079VFLY9L 

Media Contact
Company Name: Cool Care
Contact Person: Rick Alexander
Email: Send Email
Address:1226 Maple St – 98201
City: Everett
State: Washington
Country: United States
Website: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079VFLY9L

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Global Kitchen Cookware Market 2018-2024: A $2.1 Billion Market in 2017, Market is Expected to Reach $4.6 Billion by …

/EIN News/ — Dublin, March 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Kitchen Cookware: Market Shares, Market Strategies, and Market Forecasts, 2018 to 2024” report from Wintergreen Research, Inc has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

A $2.1 Billion Market Worldwide in 2017, the Kitchen Cookware Market is Expected to Reach $4.6 Billion by 2024

Worldwide markets are poised to achieve continuing growth as Kitchen Cookware continues to feed the world. The ability to meet demands for efficiency in the kitchen is significant for commercial and home cooking.

Skillets are primarily used for stove top cooking, although they can be used to finish cooking food in the oven. Skillets have an outward sloping side that makes it easier to stir food, and to slide food from the skillet for serving. They come in a variety of sizes measured by the diameter in inches at the top of the pan, but one in the 10″-12″ range will prove the most versatile. Saut pans are similar to skillets, saut pans have straight sides. This allows more food to fit into the pan, so it is used for cooking sauces, Alfredo or marinara. Saut pans are measured in quarts, rather than inches.

Saucepans are known as pots, saucepans have straight sides and are several inches deep. Their capacity is measured in quarts, and they are typically used on the stove top to cook rice, heat soup, and cook vegetables. Stockpots: are large, deep pots that come in a variety of sizes. Versatile, they are used to make liquid- heavy dishes such as soup, chili, stock and to boil pasta. They are measured by their quart capacity. A $2.1 billion market worldwide in 2017, the Kitchen Cookware market has evolved steadily. It is expected to reach $4.6 billion by 2024, growing in advanced materials segment to increase efficiency in cooking.

Key Topics:

  • Cookware
  • Aluminum
  • Stainless Steel
  • Copper
  • Cast Iron
  • Porcelain Enamel
  • Ceramic
  • Steam Table Pans
  • Cookware Teflon Coating
  • Induction Suitable Aluminum
  • Cookware Pans
  • Cookware Sets
  • Non-Stick Double Burner
  • Griddle
  • Wok
  • Skillet
  • 2-Piece Set(8-Inch and 12-Inch)
  • Oven Safe Cookware
  • 2 Heat-Resistant Holders
  • Indoor and Outdoor Use
  • Grill
  • Stovetop
  • Induction Safe
  • Copper Cookware

Key Topics Covered:

1. Kitchen Cookware Executive Summary

2. Kitchen Cookware: Market Description and Market Dynamics

  • Cookware Shapes
  • Types of Cookware
  • Aluminum
  • Stainless Steel
  • Copper
  • Cast Iron
  • Porcelain Enamel

3. Kitchen Cookware Market Shares and Forecasts

  • Kitchen Cookware Market Driving Forces
  • Kitchen Cookware Market Shares
  • Newell
  • Meyer
  • Ballarini
  • All-Clad
  • Illa In Numbers
  • Kitchen Cookware Market Forecasts
  • Kitchen Cookware Segment Analysis
  • Kitchen Cookware Segments, Home and Commercial, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
  • Kitchen Cookware Market Segments, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Ceramic, Cast Iron
  • Aluminum Cookware Market Segment
  • Stainless Steel Cookware Market Segment
  • Kitchen Cookware Teflon Coating Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
  • Kitchen Cookware Induction Suitable Aluminum Cookware
  • Cookware Sets
  • Cuisinart Non-Stick Double Burner Griddle, 10 x 18″, Stainless Steel
  • Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet 2-Piece Set (8-Inch and 12-Inch) Oven Safe Cookware – 2 Heat-Resistant Holders – Indoor and Outdoor Use – Grill, Stovetop, Induction Safe
  • Nuwave Precision Induction Cook-Top with 9” Fry Pan and Non-Stick 7pc Cookware
  • Kitchen Cookware Pricing
  • Kitchen Cookware Regional Market Segments

4. Kitchen Cookware Product Description

  • Cookware Selection
  • All-Clad D5 Brushed Stainless Steel 10-Piece Set
  • Best Cookware by Price
  • Cookware Under $100
  • Cookware Under $200
  • Cookware Under $300
  • Cookware Under $500
  • Best Stainless Cookware Set
  • Best Nonstick Cookware Set
  • Best Copper Cookware Set
  • Mauviel M’heritage 5-Piece Copper Cookware Set
  • Best Ceramic Cookware Set

5. Kitchen Cookware Research and Technology

  • Ballarini Thermopoint

6. Kitchen Cookware Company Profiles

  • All-Clad
  • Byco
  • Cristel
  • Illa
  • illa Non-Stick Pans
  • Illa In Numbers
  • Illa Ceramic Pans
  • Meyer
  • Roots Of The Meyer Company Began In Hong Kong With Aluminum Goods Manufacturing And Changed To Cookware
  • The Cookware Company
  • The Cookware Company Thermolon Ceramic Non-Stick Technology
  • Newell / Calphalon
  • Newell / Calphalon
  • Northland Aluminum Products / Nordic Ware
  • Nordic Ware Revenue
  • Risol
  • Regal Ware
  • Regal Ware / American Kitchen Cookware
  • Supreminox
  • Supreminox Facilities and Capacity
  • Induction Deep Ecological Ceramic Frying Pan
  • SCANPAN A/S
  • Scanpan Revenue
  • ScanPan China
  • Scanpan US
  • Scanpan Regional Kitchen Cookware Market Segments
  • Cookware from China
  • Shu
  • Solimo India Cookware
  • Vollrath
  • Zwilling / Ballarini
  • Zwilling Group Acquires Ballarini
  • Ballarini Thermopoint Launch
  • Ballarini Italian Cookware
  • ZWILLING J.A. Henckels

7. Summary and Conclusions

8. Appendix

  • Cookware Companies
  • Stainless Steel Cookware
  • Cast Iron Cookware Companies
  • Aluminum Cookware
  • Cookware Companies Strong in India

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5d5m2q/global_kitchen?w=12

                    
                    
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Talking SCHOP! Spring cleaning

Although we may have just endured our fourth nor’easter, we have now officially moved into spring—a great time to clean out that kitchen. Here is your to-do list:

PANTRY

Pull out all of your pantry food items.

Take written note of what you have and make a list of all the “holes” in your pantry arsenal.

Dispose of expired items.

Wipe down shelves, jars and cans with a warm damp cloth.

Return items to a place where it makes sense for you, keeping the most used and opened items toward the front for easy access and for quick inventory before making a grocery store run.

Keep overstocked items in one location so you can shop first in your home and manage your inventory more efficiently.

REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER

Start with the freezer, remove all items to your sink, defrost if needed and wipe it down with food-safe cleaner.

Take note of what you have and the dates.

Discard old and freezer-burned items.

Return items, keeping items with the nearest expiration toward the front as a reminder to use soon.

Repeat above steps with your fridge, paying attention to those condiments.

Add reusable fridge/freezer refreshing products or boxes of baking soda to keep the smells down and contained.

TOOLS

Pull out all of your cookware, utensils, food storage items.

Take note of everything and assess your use of it in the last year. Could your kitchen use the space your unused bread machine is taking up?

Get rid of broken, melted and warped items, scraped nonstick (Teflon) pans/pots, plastic non-heat-resistant utensils, non-functioning appliances.

Replace all remaining items in a place that works for you and with your flow through your kitchen. Cramped for space? Use your walls to hang pots, pans, knives and most utensils.

IMPORTANT TOOLS TO HAVE

A good 6-inch to 10-inch straight edge chef’s knife.

Measure your prep area/countertop in your kitchen where you will chop and try to get the largest board for that area. Short on space? Don’t overlook covering your sink or the top of your stove with the appropriate sized board. Supplement your big board with plastic flexible cutting mats, for easy daily cleanup and transfer of chopped items to a bowl or pot.

Buy good quality pots and pans now and you will have them for a lifetime. Buy a starter set then supplement as needed. Add at least one sheet pan, lasagna/casserole/roasting dish, too.

Basic utensils: at least one 12-inch wooden spoon, a whisk and spatula for flipping (both nonstick), a silicon spatula for mixing, set of at least 3 mixing bowls (plastic or glass), hand strainer, colander, can/bottle opener, measuring cups (for both dry and liquid measuring) and spoons, a good vegetable peeler, box grater and microplane, hand juicer or reamer, a masher and tongs for nonstick surfaces (both short and long).

Stay warm and good luck!

Happy eating and thanks for reading!

Kysha Harris is a food writer and editor, culinary producer, consultant and owner of SCHOP!, a personalized food service in NYC for more than 15 years. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram, @SCHOPgirl, on Facebook, /SCHOPnyc, and her blog, www.talkingSCHOP.wordpress.com. Questions? Comments? Requests? Feedback? Invitations! Email AmNewsFOOD at AmNewsFOOD@SCHOPnyc.com. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @NYAmNewsFOOD and tag us with #SoAmNewsFOOD with your food finds!

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The Trio: Pagoda Pastiche

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For a brunch beyond compare, it’s Saddle Peak Lodge in Calabasas

It is said of New York that it’s a great place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there. (Largely because, frankly, I couldn’t afford to live there!)

The converse can be said of Southern California: It’s a great place to live, but I wouldn’t want to visit here.

LDN_L_DINE_SADDLEPEAK-3I was reminded of this one recent warm Sunday morning when I considered where to take visitors from (as it happens) New York.

Every year, they head west for a month to escape the chill of winter. So, they’ve been here. They’ve played tourist: Mann’s Chinese, homes of the stars, Universal Studios, Disneyland, the beach towns, the coastal drive and so forth.

They’ve done it. And I’ve done it. And I didn’t want to do it again. And so, I opted for the always-dramatic Santa Monica Mountains, a wondrous sight that quickly rises when you get off the 101 at the Los Virgenes exit. And I headed for one of the Valley’s — and the region’s — hidden gems: Saddle Peak Lodge for Sunday brunch. It’s a reminder of why I live here. Not just for the weather, not just for the sushi and the Chinese food, but also for the drama of the landscape and the history concealed within it.

Brunch at Saddle Peak makes you wonder why you’d ever want to live anywhere else.
Saddle Peak Lodge is a restaurant with a history. It dates back at least a century — a brochure available at the entrance titled “History” suggests no one is really sure — as a destination for gold miners, a place to camp, a general store, a roadhouse, a movie set, a weekend retreat and, since 1985, in its current incarnation as an upscale dining destination, a place for game — elk, buffalo and emu are found on the menu, separately, and in a Chef’s Game Trio.

But game is found just once on the brunch menu, for which most opt to sit outdoors, on the patio with its view of distant Saddle Peak, its hummingbirds, its foraging critters — and the occasional wedding on the edge of the patio. The menu is decidedly fancy, a sit-down brunch (rather than a buffet, which would probably thrill the foraging critters!) with dishes that are recognizable — but also given a steroid boost to make them so much more than they usually are.

But first, let us deal with the skillet hoecake. The popular story behind the name comes from the contention that field hands would cook cornmeal over an open fire, using their hoes as skillets. Which is sweet — and possibly apocryphal. For there’s also evidence that “hoe” was simply a colloquialism for a skillet. Whatever.

The hoecake at Saddle Peak is an essential side dish — or, as the menu refers to it, “For the Table” (along with the wild game sausage trio, the goodie basket of breads, the bacon, breakfast potatoes and fruit) — and is a joy to dig into. It’s served in a small skillet, dripping with maple syrup, impossible to resist. This is time to forgo your low-carb diet; it’s worth it.

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Even a simple toasted bagel is accompanied by smoked salmon and veggies at Saddle Peak Lodge in Calabasas. (Photo by Merrill Shindler)

The brunch menu meanders from a proper platter of house-cured, smoked Norwegian salmon with a toasted bagel, cream cheese, cucumbers, red onions, tomatoes and capers, through a goat cheese and broccoli quiche, a salmon or bacon eggs Benedict, a flat iron steak with eggs, French toast, buttermilk waffles.

The choices do not include anything that might be confused with a Denny’s breakfast Slam — though I guess you could create one with the two-egg side added to the waffles. But I’ve long preferred the lunch side of brunch to the breakfast side. And Saddle Peak does not disappoint.

The flat iron steak certainly pays homage to the savory joys of lunch. But even more so, there’s the rosemary roast leg of lamb sandwich with sweet potato fries — a delicious reminder that the kitchen at Saddle Peak is a bastion of fine meat cooking.

There’s an oversize Snake River Farms wagyu beef burger on a brioche with blue cheese, a fried egg and French fries on the side. Should you want to go even lunchier, the roasted Skuna Bay salmon is a finely turned hunk of fish, with a mixed grill of veggies — a perfect lunch, say I.

And since we cannot live without salads here in the Santa Monica Mountains (or anywhere else in the region), there’s a fine seared albacore model, and a first-rate Mary’s chicken Cobb.

For brunch, we also need our alcoholic-tinged exotica — which the moody bar in the front cranks out — Bellinis, mimosas, a properly spicy Bloody Mary and even a bottomless mimosa for $18.

For dessert, there’s banana bread pudding, cappuccino pots de crème and a trio of housemade sorbets.

As you leave, consider the taxidermy in the main dining room, and the half timbers and the fireplace. Consider returning for some elk fillet, or bison short ribs. And then, head for Malibu Creek State Park. And hike out to the old “M*A*S*H” set. And be glad you live here, and not there. As they say, that’s a nice place to visit — but this is a grand place to live.

Merrill Shindler is a Los Angeles-based freelance dining critic. Send him email at mreats@aol.com.

Saddle Peak Lodge
Rating: 3 stars
Address: 419 Cold Canyon Road, Calabasas
Information: 818-222-3888, www.saddlepeaklodge.com
Cuisine: American
When: Dinner, every day. Brunch, Sunday only.
Details: Full bar. Reservations essential.
Atmosphere: Century-old rustic hunting lodge, in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, one of the most dramatic restaurants in Southern California, and probably in America, with as fine outdoor patio for Sunday brunch, and an inside dining room with a roaring fire and many animal heads. A great place for brunch, with dishes both traditional and modern.
Prices: About $75 per person for dinner; $25 per person for brunch.
Suggested dishes: For brunch, Smoked Salmon with a Bagel and More ($18), Goat Cheese and Broccoli Quiche ($18), Eggs Benedict ($21), Flat Iron Steak ($35), Buttermilk Waffles ($16), French Toast ($17), Leg of Lamb Sandwich ($21), SPL Burger ($21), Roast Salmon ($24), Albacore Tuna Salad ($21), Chicken Cobb Salad ($21), Skillet Hoecake ($7), Wild Game Sausage ($12), Bread Basket ($12).
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Sharing the rites of our heritage: Yenke Peddler antiques

Wishing each of you a blessed Easter and Passover! As we both fast and pray, may the traditions we cherish bring us celebrations of joy and peace. 

Brenda Yenke 

Candy containers have made the holidays sweeter since the late 1800s. Composed of papier-mache, tin, glass, carved wood or plastic, they offer a keepsake long after the contents are enjoyed. One such elaborate design for Easter included the famous Faberge eggs. Enameled and jeweled, they are still quite valuable. 

Originally made for children, antique toy candy containers are now collected by adults. Animals were designed with removable heads, often in mohair or real fur, and paper composition. The housing for the treats, within the body, was either a glass bottle or a cardboard receptacle. These are rare and valuable today.  

However, pricing for glass rabbits, chickens and eggs is reasonable, if the lids are still intact. Chocolates were offered in hand-carved wooden boxes, with sliding or hinged tops. German Black Forest animals on top of the chest would make for a substantial investment then and now. 

Looking ahead to quality antique shows, the 64th Annual Oglebay Antiques Show in Wheeling W.V., runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 7, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 8. Admission is $12 and is good for both days. Held in Wilson Lodge with well-established dealers, it is definitely worth the three-hour drive from Cleveland. Packages are also available for a weekend adventure. 

Dear Brenda,

I have a set of Russel Wright dinnerware that I inherited from my in-laws. It consists of 71 pieces (not counting lids), and is in very good condition. Only used once a year for the Passover holidays, it has been in storage for some time. I have no idea of value and need some help with prospective buyers, as well.  

W.W.

Cleveland

Dear Wendy,

Your Russel Wright American Modern dinnerware is very much in style today! Steubenville Pottery from Ohio was the manufacturer of this tableware from 1939-1959. It was during the Modernism era that this design took center stage. 

Your colorful service for 12 includes chartreuse (most popular), coral and gray. Internet selling would include Replacements.com, while local interest shops include Flower Child, Medina Antique Mall and Mitchell Sotka Antiques in Rocky River. Value for your special kosher tableware would be $600 and up.  

If you have an item for evaluation, send a clear picture with history to Yenke Peddler, Brenda Yenke, P.O. Box 361633, Strongsville, Ohio, 44136. You may also email photos and informa- tion requests for Brenda to evaluate at kenyenke@aol.com.

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COOL CARE’S PRO STAINLESS STEEL MIXING BOWLS SET IS READY TO BE ADDED IN INNOVATIVE KITCHEN …

Mar 29, 2018 – R C Products Inc. is proud to launch their advanced kitchen accessories under their brand name Cool Care. Their Stainless Steel Mixing food-grade Bowl Set is fully optimized for all the premium quality specs.

The unique thickness of these bowls challenges all the current bowl manufacturers on the market. Its 0.7mm thickness gives them a separate identity and uniqueness among all the bowls of 2018.  These are Unbreakable, Dishwasher Safe and Adjustable in the concise kitchen cabinets. Kids will enjoy cooking with these bowls as they are safe to handle for minors. No messy kitchen as Cool Care has worked diligently while giving a specific shape to the bowls. It will save the users from slips, spills, and slides and it has been designed to meet all the hygienic needs of the food it contains. Its No-Lip structure keeps all the bacteria away and gives a safe and clean finish to the edibles.

Its accurate measuring scales enables all the users to take the optimal amount of all the ingredients of the recipe so that the foodies can end up with the ultimate taste and pleasure. These bowls are perfect for the preparation of soups, beating eggs, stirring sauces, marinating meat, whipping cream, whisking pancake batter, baking a cake, tossing salad and can meet all the baking and cooking needs. Forget dimpling, bending, rust, and scratches on the old fashioned mixing bowls. Cool Care gives 100% money back guarantee for the use of 2 months to ensure a 100% satisfaction of their clients. Stocks of these unique bowls are so limited so everyone should click to buy it in the first instance.

About Cool Care

Cool care is committed to delivering the long-lasting and durable products with the ultimate customer satisfaction framework. They know that what is the actual value of the money of their customers and deliver risk-free and the most reliable product line. Cool Care is not just the name of a brand which sells products; it is an innovative platform which always looks for something unique and innovative.

For more details, visit their Amazon page https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079VFLY9L 

Media Contact
Company Name: Cool Care
Contact Person: Rick Alexander
Email: Send Email
Address:1226 Maple St – 98201
City: Everett
State: Washington
Country: United States
Website: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079VFLY9L

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